The common problem among farmer’s

The farmers at Palimbang Sultan Kudarat encountered different Problems which difficulty to resolve in terms of high input prizes in market and also farmers rented land for their commodity to sow and reap. They where include the different factors involve in climate, soil performance, pests and diseases.

Farmers need to support his/her problem to enhance the particular event to undergo from successive performance through evaluation of difference technique and  method.  That’s why the PASALI Philippines Foundation develops project and technologies to guide the farmers. And gives biggest impact on farmers with the problems encountered on it, they support their needs to inhibit the properly management in farming. And also the farmers guided by PASALI such as seminar, training and management practices on how to deal the problems.




The training is help to me to write a story about my experience, and I enjoy my writing because you can express your feeling. In field we have interview the farmers and a lot of learning in farm. And also to the technical boys they share their story of their life its so interesting because some of us are not finishes in elementary level. And the elderly some of them are no Citizen ID because they did not process their ID, because of no budget.

I learn how to get a video and picture. I am happy because we gain knowledge how to write simple that you can understand easily, and to make a proposal.

The Farmer Technician

Florante Sabiwang was born in September 26, 1959. His wife name Baisal is a member of JP pasaporte women in Palimbang Sultan Kudarat and they has six children three boys and three girls all of them are schooling. 1993 to 2005  Kagawad of kulong-kulong Palimbang Sultan Kudarat and also a farmer. Their allowance per month is only 600 in kagawad and their harvest in rice is average only.  “In that year it’s difficulties to me and to my family, food and studies of my children. 2006 I entered PASALI Philippines Foundation base in Palimbang Sultan kudarat. Two years volunteer, a farmer technician. Christians and Muslims we are teach, and we shared idea or help them about farming. I like to help them about teaching of farming in a simple way. All of the farmers in Palimbang are difficult in farming because luck of machinery and no investment in farm, just barrow money for cropping.”

The Farmer’s technician observes the facility affect on farm, and implement the guidelines on how to apply the best practices; lastly it gathered data about growth and yield.



FSS- SRI Training

SRI- is a system on organic rice management practices. The target is to improve the yield production on organic rice farming.

The Midwife

Mr. Mukatil live in Stio. Biao Napnapun Palimbang Sultan Kudarat, Philippines.  He is 35-years-old and his wife name Mrs. Emma. He are ten children the older is 21-years-old and the youngest is 6-months old. In their community he is the one have many children. He is a farmer and also a midwife.

Mukatil Family

My visit to Stio Biao

Last August 27, 2010 we went to Stio Biao where monobo’s live there. It’s was a 16 km walk from barangay Milbuk. We  there to conduct a baseline survey.

We survey farmers about rice, corn production and other sources of income.

With three farmer’s Pasai Roy, Florante and Krang and my partner Esnaira.

We learned that they have difficulty because they are dependent on rain since there is no irrigation and lack of machinery equipment and drinking water. The land of Stio Biao is Upland They are also planting vegetables, nuts, and bananas sweet potato.

The Manobo’s go down to sell their products to buy rice. It’s difficult for them to go down because they walk in four ours.

Now they have rice planting and first time to they’re to harvest rice to their community. They’re happy and great to their place.

Last 2009 the Pasali Philippines Foundation gave the corn mill to help them.

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The background of Pasali Philippines Foundation, Children’s Desk

The Passali Philippines Foundation, Inc. Children’s Desk is a community-based non-government organization working for tri-people children’s right and development with special attention to Moro and Indigenous People’s children. Its programs and services are focused in the three target barangays of General Santos City: Fatima, San Jose, and Tambler.

As of 2003, General Santos City has population estimated to 190,446. Significant is the increasing number of street children and the Children-in- Conflict with the Law (CICL). The influx of the in-migration in the city coming from the rural areas, mostly Moro and IP population, also affects the growth in the number of street children.
Specifically, as of 2005, there were 32,832 children out of 82,000-estimated population of Barangay Fatima comprising 40% of the child populace aging 17 years below.
Hence, in April 2007, thru CORDAID’S started-up fund, Pasaali Philippines Foundation as and NGO was challenged to support the children’s work in General Santos City particularly in Barangay Fatima (being the biggest barangaay in the city). While in 2009, aside from barangay Fatima, Pasali Philippines Foundation, Children Desk strategically extended its programs in two more barangay of Tambler (where majority of Moro children are found) and San Jose (the “home” of IP/B’laan children) to extensively advocate and uphold the rights and welfare of TRI-PEOPLE children.

Teatro kawagib trains

The Pasali Philippines Foundation set  up the Teatro Kawagib to enlighten communities about the right of  the child and the elderly  to live a happy and had a peaceful life.

Pasali Philippines Foundation  believes  theater can show the real situation of the children and elderly regarding their right, welfare and responsibilities in the community.

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